Occupational Therapy May Help Your Child Develop Fine Motor Skills

The proper development of fine motor activities is important for normal growth and development. If your child has problems with fine motor activities like holding a pencil or using scissors, then they might struggle in school. These motor skills can be developed with the help of an occupational therapist, but it's best to begin treatment as soon as the problem is discovered, which might be in the toddler years or even as late as kindergarten. [Read More]